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The Comparative Analysis of Models for Forestry Asset Securitization

Song Xiaomei, Liu Shilei and Fan Maoyong
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The securitization of forestry asset can effectively solve the problem that woodlands always be fragmentation and need long-cycle. However, different modes have different efficiency. This paper divided the four modes for the securitization of forestry asset form the World Bank research report for forestry bond into two categories: the direct securitization of forestry asset and the securitization of forestry loans. This paper gave model simulation and analysis to both of the securitization modes, then concluded the direct securitization of forestry asset finances more efficiently than the securitization of forestry loans when construction cost can be ignored; the efficiency of the two financing depends on the scale of financing when construction cost added.

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Song Xiaomei, Liu Shilei and Fan Maoyong , 2013. The Comparative Analysis of Models for Forestry Asset Securitization. Journal of Applied Sciences, 13: 3079-3083.

DOI: 10.3923/jas.2013.3079.3083


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